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Unusual venues to be polling stations for local elections

Unusual venues to be polling stations for local elections

Unusual venues to be polling stations for local elections

A pub, scout hall and park centre will become polling stations.


We need to learn lessons of the past year and build upon community spirit

We need to learn lessons of the past year and build upon community spirit

We need to learn lessons of the past year and build upon community spirit

The leader of Lincolnshire County Council says we are well placed to grasp new opportunities which will come out of difficult times.


Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

The current and past PMs have been criticised in a book by former Rutland and Melton MP Sir Alan Duncan.

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Government considers vaccine passports for access to theatres, pubs and clubs

Government considers vaccine passports for access to theatres, pubs and clubs

Government considers vaccine passports for access to theatres, pubs and clubs

The government is considering plans for COVID-19 passports, allowing access to pubs, restaurants, theatres and nightclubs without social distancing.


'We have a bright future but no room for complacency'

'We have a bright future but no room for complacency'

'We have a bright future but no room for complacency'

Labour councillor Lee Steptoe says he hopes the PM will be led by data, not dates, as lockdown is eased.


Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

Lincolnshire County Council has been told to pay £250 to a “likely victim of human trafficking” after failing to follow national guidance.


All you need to know as lockdown restrictions start to ease

All you need to know as lockdown restrictions start to ease

All you need to know as lockdown restrictions start to ease

Lockdown restrictions are being eased today with groups of up to six now able to meet outside and some organised sports able to resume.


"Non-Covid work continues apace as we progress through the 'Roadmap to Recovery'"

"Non-Covid work continues apace as we progress through the 'Roadmap to Recovery'"

"Non-Covid work continues apace as we progress through the 'Roadmap to Recovery'"

Grantham MP Gareth Davies says non-Covid work continues in Westminster, not the least the Police and Crime Bill.


Margaret Thatcher toy to raise money for good causes

Margaret Thatcher toy to raise money for good causes

Margaret Thatcher toy to raise money for good causes

A quirky find in an allotment will raise money for two Grantham good causes.

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Police investigate anti-government slogans spray painted on walls of Conservative Club

Police investigate anti-government slogans spray painted on walls of Conservative Club

Police investigate anti-government slogans spray painted on walls of Conservative Club

The police are investigating vandalism at the Conservative Club in Grantham after slogans were spray painted on a wall.

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Poll: Should people knock on doors to canvass election votes?

Poll: Should people knock on doors to canvass election votes?

Poll: Should people knock on doors to canvass election votes?

With the May 6 local elections looming, candidates going to the polls face a crucial question in the run up to the big day.

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'Tories are for turning, it seems'

'Tories are for turning, it seems'

'Tories are for turning, it seems'

District Labour councillor Lee Steptoe says he has taken delight in two council 'U-turns' this week.

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MP and council leaders react to Chancellor's Budget

MP and council leaders react to Chancellor's Budget

MP and council leaders react to Chancellor's Budget

Economic recovery will be 'driven from the factory floors of Grantham' says MP Gareth Davies.


Council housing fire safety failures prompt £49,000 spend

Council housing fire safety failures prompt £49,000 spend

Council housing fire safety failures prompt £49,000 spend

A council will spend £49,000 on a contract to improve the safety of residents living in homes that it owns.


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